I’m not sure it’s because my business is growing so well, or because I’m getting older,
but I seem to be getting more and more disorganised!
It concerns me that I might be inadvertantly overlooking some
requests from crafters; I’m sorry if I’ve done this to you!
it’s been a terrific tool for me, and is working brilliantly.
beginning of each week, I plan my days
with the jobs I need to do, and on that day, I find I stay focussed on
During the day, when I receive requests that I’m not able to deal with
write it in my planner for that day.
As I can see what I
already planned for the end of the week, I know I can’t allow myself to
moving jobs onto the next day!
My planner is always open on the current
by my desk, and it acts as my motivator.
This is just my second week of
my planner, and I’m only using it in this very basic way.
Another big THANK YOU to
Stampin’ Up! for another fantastic product!
card isn’t one of my favourites because the colour choice is less than
This happened because the card design is different from what I’d
original idea was to have the script sitting partially in the negative
which I’d thought would be half a layer of plain cardstock with a
patterned Designer Series Paper (DSP), or vice versa.
Then my plan was
to decide what cardstock or DSP to use for the upper part of the layer.
first thing I did was to die cut one Happy Birthday in Pool Party
Cardstock and one in a design from the Whole Lot of Lovely DSP.
I had to decide what to do with the the sentiments.
As the colours are so similar and virtually disappear into
each other, I needed something to give te card a lift!
I made a three
layer daisy using the Daisy Punch and made a black centre, so it
followed the design on the DSP!
I used the pen end of my Basic Black Marker Pen
to highlight the centres of the flowers.
As yet I haven’t created
anything with the other sentiment, but I will do…………one day!!
That’s about it for today. Until tomorrow, happy crafting.